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  1. ann

    Folding Up the Tent

    Last day of work tomorrow.
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    Random Conversation Thread

    I'd probably irk the hell out of myself.
  3. ann

    New or vintage?

    OK -- so the 3/4" Lawnchairs and the 5/8" Lawnchair Metallics (at least some of which are "Woodstocks") were run on different days. . .
  4. ann

    Estate marbles - Identification

    Yep. It's all relative. But cat's-eyes (lots in your photos) don't appear until 1950, so that can serve as a kind of marker for you --
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    Random Non-Marble Eye Candy ( :

    Satellite. Chicago at night, from the west . . .
  6. ann

    Color Of The Month

    Not this one. He tossed it on the rollers of the Peltier machine that he recently salvaged. On later experiments he eliminated the orange peel by giving the rollers another extra-fine cleaning . . .
  7. ann

    Color Of The Month

    One of Brian's rounded on Peltier's "Miller" machine . . .
  8. ann

    Folding Up the Tent

    No kidding. Movers scheduled for October 15. Utilities on. But more cr@p to do. EEEEEEE My realtor guy just called to tell me they put a new refrigerator in the house and there's a huge pecan tree in the back yard! A pecan tree!
  9. ann

    New or vintage?

    I'm not familiar with the Moonglow run, but I have some metallics I think were from the Lawnchair run that were called "Woodstocks," with dark colors swirling in the inside -- how do they differ from the Moonglow ones? In case I run into any?
  10. ann

    Mostly Pix - Akro

    Did to me. But that doesn't necessarily mean much!
  11. ann

    Peltier peewee superboy

    Dragon to me. Don't know if most would consider it to be flaming or not.
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